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  • SueP1
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    I ended up sticking with the Augmentin, and it worked out fine. The IBS settled quickly, and I just finished the 10 days. Yes, the viral part of the sinus problem hasn't run it's course...tough little buggers! Thanks for your replies. baby Sue

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  • dixiefireball
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    sorry i can't any type of pnc. so i don't know about the medicine but for just about any type of infection my doctor puts me on leviquin. I'm sorry you are flareing i would call my doctor and let them no maybe they can change you to something else so it want hurt your bladder sending you hugs and prayers for a better tomorrow. grouphug angel kissing
    Rhonda

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  • JAF
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    Sinus infections can be tough little infections, probably why the big guns came out. Hope you are doing better soon. grouphug

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  • fireflicker285
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    Oops I spelled it wrong too.

    baby

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  • fireflicker285
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    Sorry.....whats Augmentation?
    I don't know.

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  • sunshine_77us
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    I started taking Augmentin yesterday for bladder infection and sinus infection. My dr. said it was the best so hopefully it will clear both.
    Pam

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  • redracer8
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    I just finished augmentin for a repeat sinus infection ! Holy molely ! It's powerful and gave me belly ache but it worked! I had that sinus pain for about 3 months. As soon as I finished the bottle 2 days later I had another UTI !!!

    KELLY

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  • tigger_gal
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    thats a powerful anti, I would call my dr and find out I have used the z-pac 3 day and its great
    brat

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  • SueP1
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    Augmentin

    I'm on Augmentin for sinus & bronchial infections, and my IBS is starting up after only 2 days on it. Is there an antibiotic out there that is less likely to do this?
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